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Still in Shanghai and need 2 hours to get here. First, ride metro then bus then need to walk around 10 minutes and finally we got here. But its all worth it. The temple has unique architecture not like typical temple and we can saw...More
This temple is a great place to explore the new reaction to old religions. The bronze doors alone are worth the trip to see. It is quite straightforward to get to this temple from Shanghai: Take the Metro Line 1 to Lianhua Road Station. Leave...More
All depends wether you can appreciate newly constructed old imitation ... from a distance it looks impressive, a huge rock with a temple, in particular a giant Buddha head. But when you get closer you see windows in the rocks, after which you start to...More
A Chinese co-worker took me here while showing me some sights around his house, so this wasn't on my original Shanghai tourist itinerary. But it was a pretty interesting temple, and the giant (34 meter) Guan Yin statue was very impressive, and is surrounded by...More